- Click on link to open the google document. It will redirect you to the AccessOR login page.
- Log into your school google account by going to google.com, (use your regular school login name with @ortn.edu on the end and regular password information.)
- Immediately select "file" and "Make a copy" to save a copy of this document in your personal google drive. The new file name should have your last name as the first word in the title.
- Fill in the document. Google will automatically save each key stroke as you type it.
- When you are finished working for the day, simply close the file.
- When you are ready to submit the document to Ms. Williams, use the blue "Share" button to share button and email@example.com. and then click "send"
Research Databases - the best place to start
These are "print" sources, too. They are actually print books that are being made available to you electronically.
Start by looking at the table of contents. Use the search box to look for specific terms, like "WOMEN," "CRIME AND PUNISHMENT" or "NAMES."
Look at the "citation" page on this LibGuide for help with the citation.
The Table of Contents is brief. It is best to use the SEACH INSIDE feature within this ebook.
Use easybib.com to help you create citations for websites.
Map of Tudor England
Pick a county from the map below and go to World Book Advanced to find land and climate information about that part of England. If you need a password, use "elvis."
- Ctrl f will show you where something is on the screen.
- Use quotation marks around an exact phrase, e.g. "King James" or "Tower of London"
- Think of synonyms if your initial keyword search is not giving you what you want, e.g. you might try 'prison' instead of 'crime and punishment'
- Use the advanced search option to comibine terms or narrow your search.
- Do not use conversational language when searching databases, e.g. NOT What things were invented during the Elizabethan age? INSTEAD try Elizabethan inventions.
Integrate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats/medias evaluating the credibility and accuracy of each source.
Conduct short and long research projects to answer a question or solve a problem.